Health and Wellness

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How Nurses Help Accident Victims Back to Health

Nurses provide medical attention, long-term treatment, and emotional support to accident victims.  They ensure the proper use of tools and monitor patients for any changes in behavior or physical condition. Nurses also educate patients on


The Confusing Toothache: What You Should Do

 The common cause of toothaches are cavities, gum disease, abscesses, and cracked teeth. Home remedies for pain relief include rinsing with warm salt water, applying clove oil, placing a cold compress, and resting the affected

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Embracing Aging with Grace and Confidence: Best Practices

Incorporate regular physical activity into your weekly routine, such as flexibility training, strength training, balance exercises, and endurance activities. Consume nutrient-dense foods to ensure your body gets essential nutrients and minerals to stay healthy. Stay


Oral Cancer: The Risks and What You Can Do About It

• Oral cancer is primarily caused by tobacco and alcohol use and is more common in people over 40. • Sun exposure and genetics can also increase the risk of oral cancer. • Men are

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How a Healthy Lifestyle Can Improve Your Looks

• Exercise and eating right are key to improving looks.  • Developing good skin care habits, getting enough sleep, and practicing mindfulness can help.  • Dental procedures such as implants, teeth whitening, and clear aligners

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Prevention and Treatment Options for Common Dental Problems

To maintain good oral health, it is important to visit the dentist regularly and practice preventative measures. Treatment for tooth decay depends on the severity of deterioration and range from dental fillings to extractions. Eating

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Tips for Parents on How To Reduce the Risk of Cavities for Kids

Schedule regular checkups with the dentist to identify and address potential issues early on.  Teach children good oral hygiene habits, such as brushing twice daily with fluoride toothpaste.  Limit sugary snacks and beverages to reduce

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How to Deal with Negligence in Medicine as a Disabled Patient

• Document all instances of medical negligence, including medical records, appointment notes, test results, and correspondence. • Understand your legal rights as a disabled patient under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). • Speak up

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